We’re sharing how to decorate a chandelier with flowers for Spring today!
A few years ago, we created a Spring Inspired Dining Room and used Bridal Bush branches from our yard to decorate the chandelier.
We’ve previously used greenery in our chandelier for Christmas. So, I thought it would be fun to decorate our chandelier with flowers for Spring too.
Decorating for Spring with Flowers and Branches…
Using greenery or flowers when decorating for any holiday is an easy way to create a festive feel in your home. It’s also a great way to transition from one season to the next.
You can pick up faux flowers, garland, and dried greenery from your local craft supply store. You can also use fresh greenery or branches from your yard.
Keep in mind, if you choose to use something from your yard, you’ll need to make sure it has been well cleaned and is free from any pests.
Also, the number of branches or greenery you’ll need for this project will depend on the size of your chandelier.
Here’s a look at how to decorate a chandelier with flowers for Spring…
*This post was updated for Spring 2022
Start with a clean chandelier that is free from dust, dirt, and debris.
Using caution and care, layer the Bridal Bush stems or stems of your choice through each chandelier arm.
Depending on the type of greenery you chose, you may need to mist the stems to keep them looking fresh. You can also water stems by using floral tubes.
Allow a few pieces to slightly drop to add a bit of whimsy.
Make sure the stems are not too heavy, you don’t want to cause any damage to your chandelier or ceiling. You also want to make sure the stems have been properly secured with string or floral wire.
Keep in mind ALL parts of your flowers, stems, and leaves should be completely clear of any lightbulbs and/or electrical wires.
Continue tucking and layering the Bridal Bush stems or stems of your choice at the base of the chandelier until you’ve achieved a look you love.
This is definitely one of those super simple decorating ideas that makes a big impact and doesn’t take very long to create at all.
Fresh greenery and Bridal Bush stems like these will probably only last about 2 days (or less) unless you use the floral tubes to keep them watered.
So, you’ll want to plan something like this for a special occasion.
Spring is a fabulous time to make an ordinary day, extraordinary. So, pull out your good china and enjoy!
We hope this post on how to decorate a chandelier with flowers for Spring has given you a bit of inspiration! I can’t believe it’s already here!